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Brinkmann 810-7080-6 Gourmet Electric Smoker and Grill, Black

Average User Rating:
3.5/5,
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Price:
$153.10
By:
Brinkmann
  • The Gourmet Electric is our top-of-the-line double grill electric smoker & grill. It has two chrome plated steel cooking grills for a 50 pound cooking capacity, a front hinged door for easy access to the water pan, and wooden handles that stay cool to the touch. The base pan houses a 1500 watt heating element and lava rocks. It converts easily to a waist high grill. It also has a separate base pan design for easy set up and clean up. UL Listed.
  • Binding:
    Lawn & Patio
    Brand:
    Brinkmann
    EAN:
    0039953508523
    Feature:
    Measures 17 by 17 by 35 inches; 1-year limited warranty
    Is Autographed:
    0
    Is Memorabilia:
    0
    Height:
    35 inches
    Length:
    17 inches
    Weight:
    33 pounds
    Width:
    17 inches
    Label:
    Brinkmann
    List Price:
    $169.95
    Manufacturer:
    Brinkmann
    Model:
    810-7080-6
    MPN:
    810-7080-6
    Package Quantity:
    1
    Product Group:
    Lawn & Patio
    Product Type Name:
    ABIS_LAWN_AND_GARDEN
    Publisher:
    Brinkmann
    Studio:
    Brinkmann
    Title:
    Brinkmann 810-7080-6 Gourmet Electric Smoker and Grill, Black
    UPC:
    039953508523
    Color:
    Black
    Material Type:
    Metal
    Material Type Set Element:
    Metal

Recent User Reviews

  1. skyblaster
    5/5,
    "A TOP OF THE LINE SMOKER"
    Value:
    5/5,
    Quality:
    4/5,
    Ease of Use:
    5/5,
    Heat Control:
    5/5,
    Purchase Date:
    Mar 8, 2009
    Purchase Price:
    80.00
    Pros - Consistant success
    Cons - Water pan needs to be a heavier guage steel
    I have owned a Brinkmann for about 3-years. I absolutely love it. I just follow the instructions & recipe cooking times, which results in success every time. The only negative I have determined after mamy, many cookings is the drip/water pan should be of a heavier guage steel.
  2. cooking momma
    2/5,
    "Pain in Da butt!"
    Value:
    1/5,
    Quality:
    2/5,
    Ease of Use:
    1/5,
    Heat Control:
    2/5,
    Purchase Price:
    140.00
    Pros - None
    Cons - Real pain to use. Have to take it all apart to put in more wood.
    I hated this thing! too difficult to put more wood in, and it runs hot. Too hard to control temps.

User Comments

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  1. cooking momma
    Thanks for all the advice, but I gave it to a friend, and bought a Cajun Injector Electric Smoker and I love it! I will print this and give it to my friend.
  2. jmasterj
    Hi Cooking Momma,
    Sorry about your problems with the Brinkmann Gourmet Smoker, I have the Master Forge Electric Dome Smoker,it looks just like yours except it's red, has a temperature gague, and the bottom section has locks that allow you to detach it from the upper section for access to the heating element compartment.Thats one of the reasons I chose the Master Forge I got it about six weeks ago, and have been learning how to use it since. I love mine. My next door neighbor brought one too, and she loves it. I've never use to eat beef ribs because they always came out tuff. But using the smoker has changed all that. I have made the most tender, juicy beef ribs ever.
    I live in an apartment, and I could only use a electric smoker on the patio no gas, or charcoal. I have mine connected to a outlet that is controlled by a light switch, and when I see the temp go up on the smoker I flip the switch off for a moment this helps me control the temps. The first few times I used the smoker I had mixed results. The wind had the meat cooking too fast. Now with the switch it's good all the time. I take the water pan out, place a large water soaked chunk of hickory between the elements sprinkle some mesquite chips around, and fire it up. I place my ribs on the very top grid of the smoker, and the two feet of space between the heating element and meat is the perfect indirect cooking needed for smoking. I don't have to worry about adding water, or the water pan being in the way when I want to add more wood. I noticed that the when I used it with the water pan I got plenty of the smokey flavor but felt like something was missing, you know that" grease dripping on the fire flavor." For me cooking with out the pan is the best. I trim most of the fat, to avoid flair-ups. Since I use the switch to control the heating element I can sit inside and keep an eye on the smoker through the window. Using the smokers side door It's easy to stir up or add wood. I would encourage you to get a temperture gague, and find some way to control the heating element using a power strip maybe with a master power on/ off switch. And if you don't need the water pan to add flavor take it out, cook without it. Hope this helps... Good Smoking jmasterj